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THE ART OF GIFTING • ‘Tis the season to give, to receive—and to celebrate. Fortunately, Ferrero Rocher® has delicious fine hazelnut chocolates that will elevate your holiday table setting.
Little GOLD MEN
The Right Note
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Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton
FRAME IT • The artist Kia LaBeija, who brings her voguing background to a new performance work, puts a polish on maximalism
SPORTING GOODS • Telling time isn’t enough these days. This season’s best watches are overachievers—a light-up Rolex strapped in sturdy rubber; a Vacheron with a moon phase calendar; a Montblanc case cast in bronze. With visions this athletic, consider the pace set
SOAK IT UP • Call the bath daily routine or meditative ritual. Whatever the reason to come clean, winter is the right moment to chill out and warm up—with a dip in the claw-foot tub or a visit to a geothermal marvel
LAUGH TRACK • Author of the essay collection Little Weirds and star of the Netflix special Stage Fright, Jenny Slate likes white tees and baths for two
ON LOCATION • Who better to serve as a tour guide than a boundless enthusiast? In the series The World According to Jeff Goldblum (Disney+), the actor, father, and pianist for his jazz band, The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, scours the globe for life’s little joys, from ice cream to tattoos. The result, he says, is “nothing if not overstimulating.” Here, he shares some of his own favorite places and the projects that brought him there.
VANITY FAIR • 35 Years of Classic Vanity Fair Profiles, Essays, and Columns by Women About Women
RAZZLE DAZZLE • All that glitters got down on the dance floor at Bulgari’s gala for the Serpenti Seduttori, in London
Nuking the Hurricane • Impeaching Donald Trump is a bizarre and strangely familiar nightmare
The BALLAD of JOHN &CHRISSY • Legend’s an optimist with an EGOT. Teigen’s a Twitter icon who struggles with anxiety but isn’t afraid of the president and “a bunch of bigots.” Together, they’re helping to mainstream dissent
Empire STATE of Mind
THE EDUCATION of BILLY BARR • Many in Washington wonder why the stiff-spined, fastidious attorney general is carrying the water for someone as impetuous and morally untethered as Donald Trump. The answer may lie in the lessons William Barr learned from his father, a combative and deliberately provocative New Yorker—not unlike the president himself
The SUPER SPEAKER • Two days in the life of Nancy Pelosi, impeachment champion, political grandmaster
THE WAYS OF THE Jet Cult • How the private jet became the singular fetish and status marker of the modern superrich
The Kids Are All Right
An AMERICAN in PARIS • In an exclusive excerpt from his new novel, Find Me, André Aciman picks up the story of Elio Perlman, the young hero of Call Me by Your Name. Fifteen years later, Elio is in the early stages of a new relationship—but he hasn’t forgotten his first love
THE BIG BITCOIN HEIST • WITH ITS CHEAP GEOTHERMAL ENERGY AND LOW CRIME RATE, ICELAND HAS BECOME THE WORLD’S LEADING MINER OF DIGITAL CURRENCY. THEN THE CRYPTOCROOKS SHOWED UP
True Colors • Renée Zellweger’s artistry, not her comeback, is what should matter to Oscar voters